Avg: 2.5 from 2 votes
|Type:||Trad, 100 ft|
|FA:||1999, Tad Welch (roped solo)|
|Page Views:||137 total · 5/month|
|Shared By:||Shane Kenyon on Aug 31, 2016|
Start at the top of the tree ramp. From here traverse left along the face, there is a nice rail about midway along the face for your hands, but the feet are crystal nubs. When you get to the bolt, there is a thin ripple rising up and to the left. Step onto the ripple and match feet to high-step about 4' up the ripple (crux). You'll have basically no hands as you roll over onto the high-step, but there is a small crimp directly above the foot which lets you get to stand and reach a series of jugs on a wide left-facing flake (should take a #1 or #2). After getting off the face, its a long moderate runout on the slab up to a very dirty bulge with some narrow crimps to the finish in the trees.
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